Private and secure file storage service SpiderOak to accept bitcoin
SpiderOak, the private storage company that can't unencrypt your data even if it wanted to, will start taking bitcoin.
It may seem trivial in some cases, but digital anonymity is no joking matter to American whistleblower and privacy advocate Edward Snowden.
Snowden used bitcoin to buy encrypted services to talk with journalists in 2013.
Silk Road’s Ross Ulbricht was not among the 143 individuals to receive clemency from the president.
At a recent event in Berlin, Edward Snowden for the first time talked at length about the problems and benefits of blockchain technology.
Noted whistleblower Edward Snowden has said that the privacy oriented cryptocurrency zcash is the "most interesting alternative" to bitcoin.